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The Inner Circle 

Tensions rise and feelings are hurt when Deangelo creates an "inner circle" at the office--which is only composed of men.

Director:

Matt Sohn

Writers:

Greg Daniels (developed for american television by), Charlie Grandy | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rainn Wilson ... Dwight Schrute
John Krasinski ... Jim Halpert
Jenna Fischer ... Pam Beesly
B.J. Novak ... Ryan Howard
Ed Helms ... Andy Bernard
Leslie David Baker ... Stanley Hudson
Brian Baumgartner ... Kevin Malone
Creed Bratton ... Creed Bratton
Kate Flannery ... Meredith Palmer
Mindy Kaling ... Kelly Kapoor
Ellie Kemper ... Erin Hannon
Angela Kinsey ... Angela Martin
Paul Lieberstein ... Toby Flenderson
Oscar Nuñez ... Oscar Martinez (as Oscar Nunez)
Craig Robinson ... Darryl Philbin
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Storyline

Tensions rise and feelings are hurt when Deangelo creates an "inner circle" at the office--which is only composed of men.

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

5 May 2011 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Gabe bows when Deangelo asks everyone to welcome Jordan. This is a formal way of greeting someone in Asian culture, which Gabe has been shown before to have somewhat of an obsession with. See more »

Goofs

In the final seconds as Deangelo is being walked out, he's mumbling and Jim can be seen to drop his head and begin to laugh. See more »

Quotes

Dwight Schrute: Deangelo, tell your whore to leave me alone!
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Connections

Features Solitaire (1981) See more »

Soundtracks

Bring Me to Life
(uncredited)
Written by David Hodges, Amy Lee, and Ben Moody
Performed by Evanescence
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Departure of Michael Scott Effectively ended the Series
25 March 2019 | by chas437See all my reviews

I realize there were plenty of talented comedians in supporting roles on The Office. But when Steve Carrell left in 2011, he took the soul of the series. It makes me appreciate what a comedic giant he truly was.

Rain Wilson was great, clearly the next best after Carrell, but alas, he couldn't carry the series by himself.

The James Spader experiment was an unmitigated disaster, and it was a ratings calamity as well. Spader was a fine actor, some 30 years ago. He has aged quite badly, and is not funny at all. Just as Carrell raised his fellow cast members to new heights in comedy, Spader makes them seem dull and uninspired.

Every great show has an arc, and The Office's arc ended when Carrell left. The last 2 seasons are forgettable, and long forgotten.


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